Which type of footwear suits with saree

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When wearing a saree, the choice of footwear largely depends on personal preference and the occasion. Here are some common options:

1. Heels or Wedges: Heels or wedges can add height and elegance to your look. Opt for a comfortable height that you can manage easily. Block heels or wedges provide stability and are often preferred over stilettos, especially if you'll be walking or standing for a long time.

2. Flats: Flats are a comfortable and practical choice, especially for long events or if you're not accustomed to wearing heels. Ballet flats, sandals, or mojris (traditional Indian flats) can complement the saree beautifully.

3. Kolhapuris: Kolhapuri sandals are traditional Indian footwear known for their intricate designs and comfortable fit. They add a touch of ethnicity to your attire and can be a stylish choice for casual or semi-formal occasions.

4. Juttis or Mojris: These are traditional Indian footwear often adorned with embroidery, beads, or sequins. They can be a perfect match for sarees, especially for festive occasions or weddings.

5. Platforms: Platform sandals or shoes can provide both height and comfort. They offer more stability compared to stilettos, making them a good choice if you're not used to wearing heels.

6. Wedges: Wedges provide the elegance of heels but with added stability. They can be a great choice for outdoor events or occasions where you'll be walking on uneven surfaces.

7. Pumps: Closed-toe pumps can also be worn with sarees, especially for formal or corporate events. Opt for colors that complement your saree and add a touch of sophistication to your look.

Ultimately, choose footwear that you feel comfortable and confident in, and that complements the style and occasion of your saree ensemble.

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